I'm going to give you some more popular tracks. Why? Mainstream tracks are crafted to cater to all needs. These tracks are super mastered, and taste good for everyone, I hope. But don't worry boys and girls, you may not have heard all of these. I would never lower myself to posting "pop."
I was driving to school the other day, when a song came on that reminded me of my younger years. This 1999 UK chart-topper is what some consider to be House's greatest creation. While I don't 100% agree, it's still a great track.
Madison Avenue - Don't Call Me Baby [right click to download]
Alright, that's probably the most popular track of this post. So that's out of the way. Let's keep going. The next track is one that I honestly hadn't heard until about a year ago. Apparently it's more popular than I had originally thought. Starlight offers a french house sound from the late 90s, but was released in 2001, hitting a modest #2 on the UK singles charts. To my fellow Americans, you probably haven't heard this one. It's good. Real good. A much different taste for the French House lover in you.
Supermen Lovers - Starlight [right click to download]
Onto some good ol' Filter House from the scene that started it all. That's right, the NYC Gay Club/Fashion Scene. What a great track, that has the beautiful futuristic sound that molded the Nu-Disco of today. Bravo.
The Ones - Flawless [right click to download]
And as a bonus, because I love this song so much. It's pretty funky, in a new late 2000s sort of way. The sampling is dance-tacular, and the spun-up vocals makes you forget the original came from the same guys who once shouted "I said a-hip hop, the hibby to the hip hip hoppy you don't stop the rockin'." <3
Moulinex - Lover In Me [right click to download]
Enjoy, and get dancin'